TIGER home based rehab for advanced lung cancer: RCT

Lead Researcher Email Number Webpage
Professor Linda Denehy l.denehy@unimelb.edu.au + 61 3 834 46428 View page

Project Details

The goal of this innovative trial is to test a multidisciplinary home based package of exercise, patient self-management and motivational strategies aimed at improving functional exercise capacity in people with inoperable non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC).

This research is clinically based, relevant and aimed at improving the quality of survival of people with NSCLC. The research is designed to be clinically feasible and cost-effective and has the capacity to be widely disseminated and adopted into practice guidelines in this large and vulnerable group.




Research Group

Exercise oncology

Faculty Research Themes


School Research Themes

Cancer, Recovery and Rehabilitation Across the Lifespan

Key Contact

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Department / Centre


Unit / Centre

Exercise oncology